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This Alarm Clock App Allows You Take Selfies To Stop It From Ringing

I love when people can rejuvenate an old solution in a creative way – That is exactly what Fabozzi, an engineering undergraduate of Polytechnic University of Milan in Italy did – rejuvenated an old idea by giving it a humorous spin

I love when people can rejuvenate an old solution in a creative way – That is exactly what Fabozzi, an engineering undergraduate of Polytechnic University of Milan in Italy did – rejuvenated an old idea by giving it a humorous spin

Have you ever wondered how you look when you wake up? Let Snap Me Up help you find out in a fun way!

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Snap Me Up is an alarm clock app that allows you take selfies to stop it from ringing and NO, you can’t cheat since the app ensures it sees a moving face before deactivating. When you set your alarm with Snap Me Up, you’ll be greeted with a ringing tone of your choice –  immediately, your camera would be switched to selfie mode.

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To silence the alarm, you have to pick up your phone, open your eyes, and take a selfie – say cheese ;). Your pictures will be saved into an album called: “My sleepy snaps”, where you can watch or share them.

The free app is only available for Android phones for now. However,  Fabozzi says he eventually wants to develop an iOS version. You can download Snap Me Up in the Google Play app store.

So what do you – a very creative innovation shey?

Creating history... One review at a time.

    12 comments on “This Alarm Clock App Allows You Take Selfies To Stop It From Ringing

    1. vjsmiles says:

      lol..with your brain still contemplating whether to wake up or not and a silly alarm buzzzzzes!!stuffs that will be going on in your mind is BREAK BREAK…

      as for me i take no selfie shiiittt…

      lol

    2. Gejpresident says:

      nice one misstechy

      1. Tobi Ayeni says:

        Thank you @Gejpresident – I see you 🙂

    3. Emmanuel Gerald says:

      uhm……interesting appo….

      sorry,techy,wats d best photo clone app u recommend?

      1. Tobi Ayeni says:

        Hey Emmanuel, by photo clone app do you mean duplicating the same person in one picture?

        1. Emmanuel Gerald says:

          yeah, an app that does ds excellently,the one i downloaded,,'clone yourself' wasn't satisfactory, as it requires a mode of cropping before adding to the frst photo,which eventually wouldn't even fit ma taste….

          what do you recommend?

    4. Gori says:

      This just confirms that we should be using our brains.

    5. Sir Stevoe says:

      Really? Lol.

    6. Sir Stevoe says:

      This is just sheer creativity! If only undergrads could think more and be more creative like this guy…

    7. vjsmiles says:

      Top notch creativity

    8. DY says:

      Lolll this is awesome!

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